Do you know how bathroom vanities came about? I recently read an interesting article on a popular décor blog which said that bathroom vanities were invented because all the upper class homes were taking beautiful pieces of furniture, such as a dresser or desk, and having carpenters reconstruct them to fit in sinks.
The new Robern Uplift Mirrored Medicine Cabinet solves the never-ending battle against bathroom clutter with innovation and style, making it one of the most intriguing Robern bathroom vanities we’ve seen to date. The sleek mirrored doors of the cabinet open by sliding upward – rather than outward – allowing the mirror to span a seamless four feet wide. Behind the mirror hides ample storage for all of your bathroom items – makeup, toothbrushes, tweezers, first aid supplies., medicine, razors – in an artfully illuminated shelving unit with standard interior lighting. With Robern’s unique position-hold feature, you can open the doors all the way or just as much as you need to reach your toothbrush. The doors stay partially open on their own without slamming shut or needing to be propped up.